In the NFL Power Rankings ahead of Week 5, the Eagles continue their dominant play as the LA Rams continues their struggles.
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NFL Power Rankings: Eagles Soar to No. 1, Rams Stumble, 49ers Strike Gold in Week 4

From a 93-point shootout to a rookie quarterback making his debut, Week 4 of the NFL season had it all. There were big time hits, big time plays, and a tight end sneak for a touchdown.

For some, their team continued to show why they're serious Super Bowl contenders, while others, well their teams showed why they should shoot for a top-five draft pick next April. And then you have the middle of the league in which are trying to figure out their identity or avoid falling into a deep abyss of nothingness and disappointment.

So where does your team stand amongst the rest? Well, see for yourself!

1. Philadelphia Eagles (4-0)

DeVonta Smith #6 of the Philadelphia Eagles makes a leaping catch for a touchdown against Kendall Fuller #29 of the Washington Commanders

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The lone undefeated team in the NFL deserves to have the top spot. Their offense appears to be unstoppable but it is their defense that is starting to put the league on notice.

2. Buffalo Bills (3-1)

The Bills avoided another big game loss after overcoming an early double-digit deficit, putting them back in the win column and back atop the AFC teams in our rankings.

3. Kansas City Chiefs (3-1)

The Chiefs are starting to put the league on notice that they are out with vengeance. Two years removed from their Super Bowl victory, they'reready to beat up on anyone who gets in their way.

4. Miami Dolphins (3-1)

After a very scary scene involving Tua, the Dolphins were unable to extend their winning streak last Thursday night, picking up their first loss on the 2022 season.

5. Green Bay Packers (3-1)

People freaked out when the Packers lost Week 1 in 2021 and did the same this year. Last year: top seed in the NFC. This year: 3-1 with a very favorable schedule ahead of them.

6. Baltimore Ravens (2-2)

Lamar Jackson #8 of the Baltimore Ravens stands on the sideline during the game against the Cincinnati Bengals

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Baltimore needs to stop blowing big leads as they could easily be 4-0 right now. Nevertheless, if they can fix their defense from breaking down late in games, the Ravens could be serious contenders come January. The problem is certainly not Lamar Jackson.

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-2)

The Bucs defense had their worst game in a very longtime and their offense is still shaking off the rust, but with their schedule, there should be no fear that they won't make the playoffs.

8. Minnesota Vikings (3-1)

If you woke up early Sunday morning, then you saw the Vikings escape Europe off a double doinked field goal miss by the Saints that still has them atop the NFC North.

9. San Francisco 49ers (2-2)

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (10) sets to pass against the Denver Broncos in the first half during a game

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Jimmy G is their guy and that is all I'm going to say. Right now, the 49ers should be considered the favorite to win the NFC West after their Monday night performance.

10.  Los Angeles Rams (2-2)

In their two losses the Rams have looked nothing like they did a season ago. Maybe deciding on what running back they want the most and getting another receiver involved outside of Kupp could get them back on track.

11. Cincinnati Bengals (2-2)

Two back-to-back wins after starting 0-2 has everything back to normal in Cincinnati. But can they continue this type of play in a very competitive AFC North?

12. Los Angeles Chargers (2-2)

The Chargers beat the Texans, as they should have, and remain where they were a week ago. That's it, that's the line.

13. Dallas Cowboys (3-1)

The Cowboys defense is getting more and more impressive each week, and Cooper Rush is looking like a veteran QB. Could we see some QB controversy when Dak returns? No. The answer is no.

14. Tennessee Titans (2-2)

Despite their slow start out of the gate to the 2022 season, the Titans have won back-to-back games and take one the Jags for what could be a deciding factor in the race for the division.

15. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-2)

Andre Cisco #5 of the Jacksonville Jaguars reacts after intercepting a pass and returning it for a touchdown against the Philadelphia Eagles

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The Jags blew a 14-point lead on the road and were only able to get another seven for the rest of the game. This is a promising season for Jacksonville, and they shouldn't let it slip away like T-Law did this past Sunday.

16. Denver Broncos (2-2)

This offense still looks really bad, and while I would take Russell Wilson over Geno Smith in a heartbeat, Geno is having the better season thus far.

17. Arizona Cardinals (2-2)

It wasn't pretty but Arizona got themselves to .500 after taking down the Panthers. But can they build off this victory and hand the Eagles their first loss on Sunday?

18. Cleveland Browns (2-2)

The Browns lost a game they should have won and with their upcoming schedule, they may not get more than one win until Deshaun Watson can play.

19. Las Vegas Raiders (1-3)

No team needed a win more than the Raiders in Week 4, and they took care of business picking up not only win number one but a win over a divisional foe.

20. New York Giants (3-1)

*Insert Paul Rudd Meme* because I did not expect the Giants to be 3-1 to start the season. Saquon Barkley continued his revenge season by playing emergency quarterback in their Week 4 win.

21. New England Patriots (1-3)

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick talks to quarterback Bailey Zappe

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No Mac? No Problem. I mean they still lost, but the Patriots went on the road to Lambeau Field and took Aaron Rodgers to overtime without their QB1 or QB2.

22. New Orleans Saints (1-3)

The Saints are in a downward spiral and getting A.K. involved will hopefully get them back into the win column and playoff contention.

23.  Indianapolis Colts (1-2-1)

The Colts could not live up to the hype following their previous win over the Chiefs, as they drop a much important game to the Tennessee Titans that saw JT only gain 42 yards on 20 rushes.

24. Pittsburgh Steelers (1-3)

Kenny Pickett #8 of the Pittsburgh Steelers celebrates after scoring a touchdown in the third quarter against the New York Jets

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THE KENNY PICKETT ERA HAS BEGUN!!!!!! I have never seen a 1-3 team be so happy but they have so much reason to be.

25. Seattle Seahawks (2-2)

Okay so I think they should stop winning because they are supposed to be in rebuild mode and supposed to draft a quarterback next year but also, I'm rooting for Geno Smith.

26. Chicago Bears (2-2)

This pass game is still absolutely terrible and some of that again is on Justin Fields, but this is honestly a team with just a really bad offense and decent defense.

27. Detroit Lions (1-3)

The Lions faithful and Dan Campbell cannot take much more of this type of losing or else their hearts will give out. They are truly just one to two players away from being a really good football team.

28. New York Jets (2-2)

Zach Wilson spoiled the debut of Kenny Pickett and did so by going perfect on a game-winning drive that brought the Jets back to .500.

29. Atlanta Falcons (2-2)

The Falcons are already nearing their projected win total and we are only four games into the season. But despite the win, could we possibly be seeing another rookie quarterback in Desmond Ridder making his debut in the upcoming weeks?

30. Washington Commanders (1-3)

Curtis Samuel of the Washington Commanders goes up for a contested catch against the Dallas Cowboys

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Ron Rivera's seat just got a whole helluva lot hotter and if this losing streak continues, he may be out as head coach before the season ends.,

31.  Carolina Panthers (1-3)

This is a really bad football team. No momentum, no chemistry. They should be last on this list but have a win so they will sit here...for now.

32. Houston Texans (0-3-1)

I live in Houston, and although I am not a Texans fan, I am very excited for this team's future. I fully expect them to get three to four wins by the end of this season.

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